Guatemala's Espada talks investment with business leaders in Seoul
Guatemala's Vice-President Rafael Espada held meetings in Seoul with South Korean business leaders in an attempt to persuade them to invest in his country.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
In particular, Espada is hoping for the installation of a South Korean vehicle assembly plant in Guatemala. As well as Korea, Espada's Asian tour is slated to take in Taiwan.
Guatemalan Vice-President Rafael Espada flew out on a visit to Taiwan and Korea, promising to "think big" and shake off Guatemala's inferiority complex.
The southeast Asian country is a large importer of food and its consumers are highly demanding.
Before the president of South Korea, Panamanian president Martinelli spoke of the isthmus’ privileged geographic location to attract Asian investment.
Representatives of the governments of South Korea and Nicaragua are holding meetings to explore Asian investment in projects in information technology and communications.
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